EXCLUSIVE: Robert Schwartzman’s Los Angeles-based gross sales and distribution outfit Utopia has closed offers on a pair of documentaries.
The corporate has taken North American rights to Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall, a characteristic doc celebrating the lifetime of the famed rock and roll photographer. The movie is instructed by means of greater than 850 iconic pictures and interviews, with Marshall having captured the likes of The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, and The Rolling Stones over his profession.
Utopia is releasing the film to pick theaters nationwide all through October and on AppleTV and Altavod. Pic is directed by Alfred George Bailey and produced by Tatiana Kennedy.
The corporate has additionally picked up U.S. rights to Red Heaven, a characteristic that follows six younger volunteers as they put together for a yearlong NASA experiment designed to copy the bodily and psychological situations of a mission to Mars.
The pic is a Sandbox Movies manufacturing in affiliation with Seeker and Insignia Movies. It was co-directed and produced by Lauren DeFilippo and Katherine Gorringe. Utopia will launch the film on AppleTV and Altavod on October 19.